A NEW owner is being sought for an established pub in Kirkcaldy.
Described as a traditional Victorian bar with an “abundance of period charm”, Betty Nicols is said to be “one of Kirkcaldy’s most popular places for enjoying a high quality drink in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere”.
The venue, which was established in 1992 and is said to occupy a prominent position on High Street, comprises a main bar, lounge, and a function room which can accommodate 40 guests.
Christie & Co’s Tony Spence said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a well-performing business with potential to increase further.”
Betty Nicols is on the market at offers over £235,000 for the freehold going concern.